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Discussion in 'Vendors' started by GB, Aug 15, 2007.
thanks for this fresh run of stickers, GB.
my order is in.
Paypal sent!! Thanks for the stickers!!
Hey there GB,
I received the stickers last night, thanks for the prompt service.
I have noticed some improvements already:
1: The seats on the DR, XRL, & Transalp have become way more comfortable.
2: The fuel mileage has improved 10%, at least.
3: I've already lost 5 pounds.
And that's before I've even put the stickers on the bikes!:huh
I'm going to do that right now.
I can't wait to see if there are other improvements, once they are stuck to the bikes.
After the decals are on the bikes, don't blame me when you become a chick magnet.. and let's see some pics...
GB, (anyone!) do I send US or Canadian dollars?
Another UK of GB resident!
I'm on my way to order!
EDIT: Thanks for the prompt e-mail reply.
your decal goes out to the UK of GB tomorrow, check your email for comfirmation.
Nice job with the ADV stickers great quality and must say your on the ball with shipping..Thanks for your efforts and stepping up and doing a great job for us
Thanks for picking up Gadget
Idaho is a long ways away.. it's coming.. just be patient...
lovely smiley !!
I packed up my stuff and moved to Utah, and this came about. What happened to the stuff on the Adverture workshop site? Did I miss a big break up or something?
What about some kind of round Adventure Dude decal with "ADV" on the side case? Or maybe a hybrid of the Compass Blue & White from Post #2 and the Adventure Dude? I like the idea of having a decal that actually has a motorcycle on it.
Andrew no longer wished to deal in ADV swag, preferring to concentrate on his business.
I like that one! If you have a higher resolution version, I'll see about getting it done. Email it to me.
compass decal? i'm working on it.. check your PM.
I had no problems getting the previous adventurersworkshop small ADV sticker on my Arai... these were also the thick 3M reflective stuff...
A) cleaned the helmet really well, using some windex and lots of elbow grease.
B) put both the sticker and the helmet in the sun on a hot day for a good hour, til they were almost too hot to touch
C) only partially removed the sticker backing, started at the top edge, and 'stretched' the sticker as it went around the helmet... I used my thumb as a pressure roller, and pulled any wrinkles out BEFORE the stuff touched the helmet, while incrementally pulling the backing out from under the sticker.
this also worked for the large ADV applied to the windshield of my R1100RS, only that took two tries, the first sticker got away from me and stuck with a horrible big crease, so I used my heatgun judiciously to peel it off, then lots of goo-be-gone and wd40 to remove the residual adhesive, and started over with a new sticker at step A (really thorough cleaning to remove the oily stuff)
Got mine today, thanks GB!
So, that's about a 14 day shipping time to the rest of you American FF's that have ordered.
What are the chances of getting a surface address, and mailing you a M.O. for stickers?
Yeah, I know, I just don't like PayPal.